Friday on the NewsHour, Kyle Rittenhouse is cleared on all charges in a case that sparked national debate over racial injustice, guns and self-defense. Then, the U.S. House of Representatives passes the president’s priority Build Back Better bill, sending it on to the Senate. And, why those who were wrongfully convicted still face great struggles when adjusting to their post-prison life.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Does the Rittenhouse acquittal set a precedent?
News Wrap: ‘Unite the Right’ trial jurors begin deliberating
Child care, climate change and more in Build Back Better Act
Here’s what you need to know about COVID boosters
How the exonerated struggle to heal from ‘wounds’ of prison
Capehart and Abernathy on Rittenhouse trial, Dem social bill
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